Alliance for Environmental Intervention was established by two young graduates from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, who were inspired to see change in the management of our environmental resources by leveraging on environmental advocacy and embarking also on practical engagements to see to the achievement of the 6, 7, 11, 13, 14 and 15th Sustainable Development Goals. The organisation had its first activity in the Eastern of Ghana at Adawso Roman Catholic Basic school. On 6th September, 2016, the organisation received a certificate of incorporation from the registrar’s genearal of Ghana, making it an officially recognised organisation in the country. Since its establishment , the organisation has been able to successful impacted on about 2,000 Ghanaian school children and youth, with various environmental outreach programmes and activities. It has also planted about 1,000 individual trees across some areas in the country. Again the organisation have worked in partnership with other institutions and NGOs to have a positive impacts on local communities in Ghana.
Alliance for Environmental Intervention
NGO Koforidua, Eastern Region, Ghana
Currently active SDG iniatives and projects:
Integrative Wetlands Management.
Organisation's currently active projects:Integrative Wetlands Management.